Stem sved-, from Proto-Indo-Iranian *swayd-, from Proto-Indo-European *sweyd- (“to sweat”). Cognates include Ancient Greek ἰδίω (idíō), Latin sūdō, Tocharian B syā-, and Old English swāt, swætan (English sweat).
स्वेदते • (svedate) (root √svid, class 1 Ā. 4. P.)
- to sweat, perspire
- to be anointed
- to be disturbed (?)
- (causative) to cause to sweat, treat with sudorifics
- to foment, soften
- स्वेद (svéda)